Square Enix has lifted the wraps of what appears to be the Japanese boxart of Final Fantasy XIIIIt's now live on the Square Enix shop to look at.
im happy they are keeping the classic cover style. i was worried they were gonna give the game a crappy cover like the US usually get
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It will change when it hits the US. We americans are simple minded people like little kittens. You gotta put something on the cover that jumps out at you otherwise, it might get ignored by some.
Excellent I love the simple covers. It is far better than the other one. Hope Europe gets this as well.
This looks soooo much better than the one with lightning and the horse. In the words of Leonardo da Vinci, "Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication."
Very simple and nice. Liking the new PS3 logo as well
Ew? They could have at least put lightning on the cover with a cool background...this is absolutely plain...Even final fantasy 3-12 had better covers.
All Final Fantasy games have covers like this outside of the US.
It's always been like that in Japan and Europe. We use the plain white box with the logo. It looks more stylish imo than a mash up of characters on the front like the US art. It gives FF an identity of it's own in terms of cover art.
We always get the white covers with simple logos, although I prefer it that way since it really distinguishes the series from all my other games. How many other games go with such simple cover designs? I can't really think of any off the top of my head except for maybe black and white (it had a simple design too right?).
Nothing flashy or over the top. The US box probably won't be like this though...
Just like it's supposed to be! /happy
Meh, that box art isnt going to grab average Joes attention on the shelves. They spend 5 years working on this game, thought they would put a bit more than the logo on the box
The boxart and the new PS3 logo go together like ham and cheese. ^_^
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